TO DEPORT A LEPER. Woman Will Be Sent From San Francisco Fran-cisco to Hawaii. Washington, Oct. 6. The . commissioner commis-sioner of immigration is in communication communi-cation with General Shafter at San Francisco with a view to securing passage pas-sage on a transport for Mrs. L. M. Todd, a leper, living in San Francisco, whom it is intended to deport to the island of Molokai. The British consul general at San Francisco, W. C. Pickersgill, became interested in Mrs. Todd's case, and pro- ; tested against deporting her to Molo- ! kai. He was asked to make provision for her care and isolation in Canada or j elsewhere, but declined to do so, and I the treasury department today direct- j cd Immigration Commissioner Schell j at San Francisco to proceed under his previous instructions to secure passage for Mrs. Todd on some army transport.